Just look for the RPM in the CDs, try to install it. If a dependency comes up, install that, and so on and os forth.
To use the rpm command:
# rpm -ivh <package name>
Remember to use <tab> autocompletion
What that command means.
rpm: basic package manager for Red Hat based systems
-v: verbose (to actually print out what it is doing)
-h: forces it to do a status bar
like progress bar.
-U: upgrade/install packages
-F: upgrade installed-only packages, does not install any new package as -U does.
-e: ereases a package (uninstalls)
-q: queries the given package name in the rpm database
-ql: queries the files provided by a given rpm package.
-qa: queries all packages in the database.
For more info:
rpm home page
a good place to look for RPMs
Another good place to look for distribution-dependent RPMs.
Hope this helps you.